The Weston Bears' final game for 2012 reflected their season they dominated on the park, but were unable to put away enough goals for the victory.
The Bears had a 2-all draw with Charlestown City in a match that coach Darren Elkin said could have been as many as 7-2.
"We missed at least five good opportunities," he said.
"We hit the bar, we hit the post, we really peppered them in the second half."
It was the home side that scored first, but Mick Ryan scored a double for the Bears.
Charlestown striker Kane Goodchild was sent off for a studs-up challenge on Bears keeper Tim Pratt.
As the match was drawing to a close, Charlestown scored the equaliser from a free kick.
While frustrated at the missed chances, Elkin was proud of his team's never-say-die attitude as the game wore on.
"If the game was a boxing match, we would have won by TKO," he said.
"They were just lucky on the day."